Commit 92bdc408 authored by Mike Hibler's avatar Mike Hibler

Still more tweaks.

parent 78097cd2
......@@ -166,7 +166,7 @@ the portal interface:
@section[#:tag "emulab-conversion"]{Converting an Emulab experiment to a Profile}
Note: if you have no classic Emulab experiments (swapped in or swapped out)
@bold{Note:} if you have no classic Emulab experiments (swapped in or swapped out)
then you can skip this section. The following assumes you have an existing
experiment created via the classic interface.
......@@ -220,23 +220,27 @@ instantiation wizard:
where you can optionally name this instance and then click ``Finish.''
Once instantiated the node icons should turn green as they finish configuring
and the experiment state should change to ``ready'' and you will be off and
running! In the lower part of the screen you can interact with the experiment:
running!
@screenshot["classic-running.png"]
From the ``Topology View'' you can interact with the experiment.
By clicking on a node in the topology view as shown, you can perform a variety
of useful actions including: starting an in-browser shell or console window,
rebooting, or taking a snapshot.
Going to the list view presents you with a more Emulab-like listing:
Going to the ``List View'' tab presents you with a more Emulab-like listing:
@screenshot["classic-running.png"]
@screenshot["classic-list-nodes.png"]
showing the node names and types as well as an Actions menu for console,
SSH, etc.
showing the node names and types as well as a per-node ``Actions'' menu for
console, SSH, rebooting, etc.
The settings drop down in the header allows you to perform certain actions
(e.g., rebooting) on all selected nodes.
Once you are finished with your experiment, you can ``swap out'' the
experiment using the red Terminate button. If you want to ``terminate'' the
experiment in the classic sense (getting rid of all traces of it), go to
the Profiles tab in your dashboard and delete (all versions of) the profile
as well.
experiment using the red ``Terminate'' button.
This destroys the instance but leaves the profile intact.
If you want to terminate the experiment in the classic sense
(getting rid of all traces of it), go to the ``Profiles'' tab in your
dashboard and delete (all versions of) the profile as well.
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